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on the patent battle between aapple and samsung. >> welcome back. let us update you with a tech news. apple is suing samsung and no samsung is suing a couple. here in california, after the telephon iphone 5----this was filed in california. that the iphone infringers on eight of the samsung patents. saying that " we're always preferred to compete in the marketplace with innovative products instead of competing in the court room. however, the company went on to say that it had little choice but to take these steps necessary to protect innovations. the san francisco based music subscription service will now pay musicians for every person they convince through social media to sign up. starting today you'll be able to pay ms. editions of $10 in an attempt to attract users to this site. with any artist that has created an account such as snoop doog the genius grant. one recipient say that this is a validation called " family initiative. this was started in oakland, 21, awarding self-sufficiency. with neighborhoods bringing groups of friends to gather and asking for them to find jobs, save money a
are reporting similar problems. trying to iron out the bugs. >>> legal fight now between apple and samsung shows no sign of ending. here to talk about that more is kcbs moneywatch reporter jason brooks. good morning. >> big dollars at stake here. there is a fight with samsung and apple. apple won a $1 billion jury judgment against samsung recently regarding patent infringement on the iphone and ipad and now samsung is appealing that and now adding another apple device to its own patent case against apple this time the iphone 5. at the same time, the judge presiding over the case in san jose in federal court decided to lift the sales ban on the galaxy tab 10.1 that was the one samsung device that the jury said did not infringe on apple's patents. a lot of legal maneuvering going on between them. speaking of tablets, hewlett- packard, which got out of the business a year ago, is getting back in with a new tablet that's aimed at the enterprise market based off of the palm web os software system that it bought a couple of years ago. >>> automakers sales in september, chrysler sales up 12%, its best
. they would not say how many cuts would come. samsung won permission to sell it's galaxy computer in the united states. banned under a verdict found samsung copied apple's tablet technology. and there are september car cars are up because loans are cheap and drivers have gone for years without replacing vehicles and there is uncertainty about the european economy sent the dow jones down today. the nasdaq went up slightly. s and p hit its highest mark in nearly five years. >> researchers launching a project that could save millions of pim wim from being infected from the aids virus this, delivery puts technology into the hands of women. it's estimated 3,000 women around the world are infected with hiv every day. and there is a majority in africa. and now, this team is developing a gel they believe will cut numbers dramatically. >> this is a two part gel that will be applied to the site will stick for such a long time and two drugs in our case one effective against hiv and other against hiv. >> idea to protect women from hiv and hsv, 2, a form of again tall herpes. she says the gel
that she will have to explain strategies for the company and how it will grow. >>> samsung is free to sell its galaxy 10.1 tablet computer in the united states. it did not illegally use technology developed by apple. the jury found many of samsung's other products did infringe on apple patents. >>> major apple investor tells "fortune" magazine that he heard from multiple sources that a smaller version of the ipad will soon be released. the investor says invitations to the unveiling of the near 8" screen tablet go out on october 120th. if that's the case, fortune reports the smaller ipad could be in stores in time for christmas shopping. >>> heard about tanning beds and skin cancer, and now researchers say the earlier people use them, the greater the risk. researchers at ucsf looked at studies going back to 1977. they found people younger than 25 who use tanning salons had a significantly higher risk of developing nonmelanoma skin cancer than those who tanned outside. >>> as cold season gets under way, experts say don't turn to vitamin d for relief. new zealand scientists say it doesn't hel
this morning on some good news on the jobs front from adp just released. >> and samsung is allowed to sell its galaxy 10.1 tablet computer in the u.s. a judge has lifted a ban on sales of the product after a jury found that it did not illegally use technology developed by apple for its iphones and ipads. but the jury found that many of samsung's other products did fringe on apple patents and ordered the company it pay apple $1 billion. yeah, apple needs that money so bad. >> another billion. >> don't you feel sorry for them? this is kind of strange. i'm reading that there's now a bulletproof case for smartphone? why do we need this? >> reporter: yeah. exactly. i mean, i guess you know you're in a bad neighborhood if you need that. but a japanese company claims its 4.5 pound case can stand up to a gunshot. a .50-caliber bullet was fired at the case. the phone cracked after the gushed sent it tumbling into rocks but the case held unfortunately. but the bulletproof case sells for $665. i don't think it's a big hot seller for the holidays. but i could be wrong. >> you should make it toddler proof.
jobless report on friday. >>> they are taking a stand against me expire as i. they have -- piracy. samsung canceled their ads after finding out musicians are profiting without compensating them. >>> what is threatening the international space station, and we will tell you what is being done to protect it. >>> a place in the bay area where you may hear that sound but why you don't need to be alarmed. savings direct to you. t.j.maxx. that demand qualified college graduates. many in the bay area. at devry university, our market-responsive bachelor's and master's degree programs can give you what you need to succeed in today's careers and the ones on the horizon. get the know how you need for a new tomorrow at our 4 bay area locations, online or both. learn more at devry.edu. and let nothing stand in your way. . >>> welcome back taking you live to the big bored, dow jones industrial average is down 32 points, s&p 500 is up and nasdaq is up, they are leaning a bit towards president barack obama and they will be waiting anxiously for tonight's debate. >>> in just a few hours, a strange noise wil
bofa strongly denied the allegation and stands behind its practices. apple viral samsung expects sales of galaxy smartphone to get off to a stronger start than its predecessor. it goes on sale today in south korea and is expected to be on sale here in the u.s. by mid november. about to get a report on august home sales in 10 minutes, economists believe me will be the fastest sales pace in two years. market so far this morning not doing a lot, sell-off yesterday, barely moving, we are down but not by as much. bloomberg index this morning lower. honored national copy day saturday -- free coffee, in some areas to lure customers in. survey found 43% of workers who drink coffee say they would be less productive without that daily cup of joe. food prep and service workers top the list of people who need coffee to get through their workday. workers in the media also mentioned. live at the new york stock exchange i'm jane king. >>> mike joining us with a look at weather and a lucrative contest. >>> way to win $49,000 easy, abc 7 about to make someone $49,000 richer. go to facebook.com/abc7news
tested three dozen cell phones for toxic chemicals. the iphone 5 finished fifth, main competitor samsung finished 9th. topping the list with the least amount of hazardous materials motorola citrus. we have links to the study on abc7news.com. >>> oracle's ceo larry ellison says he plans to turn the ha ya island he bought into an eco lab. he wants to experiment with more environmentally sound ways to live on lanai. he hopes to convert seawater to freshwater. he would like to see more electric cars on the island instead of expensive jeeps that people currently rent. he wants to increase exports to japan and other markets. he bought 98% of lanai in june. the video is from oracle open world which is where he revealed those plans. >>> next, pilots for american airlines go back to the bargaining table. bloomberg business report is next. >>> race to complete new western span of the bay bridge. >>> important warning this morning about supplements for weight loss and health. why the feds want to get the skin if i any >>> welcome back. if you are staying at home, clouds increase along the coast thi
, mercury, hazardous flame retardants and oeufrpls phone 5 finished . samsung is finished 9:00, at the top of the list with the least amount of hazardous materials motorola citrus. we have links to the study on abc7news.com. >>> new detail on the ipad minnie. >> jane king is live at the new york stock exchange with that and major deal in the wireless industry. >>> deal just approved for t-beale to merge with metro pys. [ unintelligible ] >>> 6:49. >> third day of sweltering heat, but the relief is in sight. >> yeah the record highs are over, day three was definitely a tough one yesterday to deal with especially 90s around san francisco. let's take a look at beautiful color this morning, pollution can really look nice sometimes before a unrise as we look down at sauce three toe toward san francisco crisp and -- at sausalito toward san francisco crisp and clear. mist and drizzle could be a sign the cooling trend is here you have to wait until later on this afternoon. low to mid 70s antioch and fremont, everybody else in the 60s napa, santa rosa and half moon bay low to mid 50s, mid to upper
use of transit car. >> the smart phones must have nfc technology like the samsung dallas the. they must be loaded with the south whersoftware program. >> i would take my limited use clipper card it right near the phone or touch to the phone and it would reload additional rights on the card for free. then i can walk right over there walk right through the toll gate and drive muni for free. the match thousand commission has known about this footage of rafeal for more than a year and so far few writers if any have taken advantage of the flock. >> certainly there are certainly thousands of limited tickets used on munich every day. cost in one instance of abuse. and that h yet to be conconfirmed on the golden gate very. >> more likely will be prohibiting them from being reloaded or allowing each car to be used for a limited period of time. >> in san francisco dan kerman kron 4 news. >> are right we will take a break is 4: 23 back with more in just a couple of minutes. we are back. >> staples plans to trim retail footage in the u.s. about by 15 percent by the year 2015. they're clo
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